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Senate Budget Vote: Republicans 40, Obama 0
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Senate Budget Vote: Republicans 40, Obama 0

The Senate voted last night on 4 competing budget plans, and rejected all of them, before heading out of town for the Memorial Day recess.  State of Play

05/26/2011
The Great Debt Ceiling Debate Begins (Get Your Scorecard Here)
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The Great Debt Ceiling Debate Begins (Get Your Scorecard Here)

The Great Debt Ceiling Debate of 2011 has begun, and FreedomWorks has published this handy scorecard to help you follow the action and weigh in. Here, on one page, is where all the key players stand: 

05/19/2011
Instant Analysis: Obama's Budget Speech
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Instant Analysis: Obama's Budget Speech

Watch below as Max Pappas and Dean Clancy of FreedomWorks discuss Obama's 4/13/2011 Budget Speech. 

04/14/2011
FreedomWorks' Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters
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FreedomWorks' Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters

[Click here for a pdf version of this report for printing.] Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters  By: Julie Borowski

01/26/2011
States and Debt
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States and Debt

Democracy and Power:  104 Future Debt Burden

01/07/2011
DeMint on Social Security: "What Our Goverment Has Done is a Crime"
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DeMint on Social Security: "What Our Goverment Has Done is a Crime"

The Club for Growth spotted this hard hitting op-ed  by Sen. Jim DeMint on the coming Social Security catastrophe.

10/01/2009
Government Promises: Not Worth the Paper They're Printed On
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Government Promises: Not Worth the Paper They're Printed On

Back in June, the Washington Times reported on what seemed then to be a straightforward exchange between Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke:

08/11/2009
As California Goes, So Goes New York
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As California Goes, So Goes New York

... Aaaand probably the federal government.Over at the Atlantic, Megan McArdle takes on the question "Is California too big to fail?" Short answer?  Nope.

05/20/2009
National Debt Roars Past $9 Trillion
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National Debt Roars Past $9 Trillion

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The news should have made banner headlines, but few paid attention as the U.S. national debt passed the $9 trillion mark this week. I suppose the lack of interest is understandable, since the citizens who will be stuck paying this bill are mostly in grade school. The sad thing: the national debt was "only" $5.735 trillion when George W. Bush took office in January 2001. We're on pace for the national debt to increase by more than 50% during his 8 year tenure as chief executive.

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